Pool Solutions Stabilized Chlorinating Granules are effective as a swimming pool water sanitation agent. It has 56% chlorine available and is fast dissolving with no scale forming minerals or insolubles. This totally soluble product will not cloud the water, is relatively pH neutral, and has a long shelf life. No floaters or feeders are necessary with this product; it is simply applied over the pool water. Because this product is stabilized, it is longer lasting against the degradative effects of the sun's ultraviolet (UV) rays. Kill harmful bacteria growth in your pool with Stabilized Chlorinating Granules.
Dosage: Initial Dose: 10 oz. of this product per 10,000 gallons. Daily Dose: An average dose of 2-3 oz. of this product per 10,000 gallons. Super chlorination: 10 oz. Per 10,000 gallons.
Product Use: Stabilized Chlorinating Granules are for daily chlorination. It also acts as a swimming pool algaecide.
Directions: DIRECTIONS FOR USE: SWIMMING POOL WATER DISINFECTION: This product is intended for use in controlling bacteria and algae in swimming pools. This product should be added directly to the surface of circulating water according to the directions. Reentry into treated swimming pools or spas is prohibited above levels of 3 ppm of chlorine.
START UP: Before using this product, make sure that the filtration system is clean and operating properly. Adjust the pH of the water to the range of 7.2-7.6 using suitable products and a reliable test kit. Adjust the alkalinity of the water to a minimum of 125 ppm (mg/L), based on the test kit reading. Add a sufficient amount of this product directly to the surface of circulating water to raise the free chlorine level in the water to 5-6 ppm (mg/L), based on reading from a suitable test kit. The addition of 10 ounces of this product for each 10,000 gals. Of water (7.5 grams / 1,000 liters) will provide approximately 5 ppm (mg/L) of available chlorine.
SHOCK TREATMENT: The pool water should be super chlorinated or shocked every 7 days or whenever the combined chlorine level is above 0.5 ppm (mg/L). Combined chlorine is the difference between total and free chlorine, as measured by a suitable test kit. Add a sufficient amount of this product directly to the surface of circulating water to raise the available chlorine level to 5-6 ppm (mg/L), based on the test kit reading. The addition of 10 oz. of this product for each 10,000 gals. of water (7.5 grams / 1,000 L) will provide approximately 5 ppm (mg/L) of available chlorine. If the combined chlorine reading is not below 0.5 ppm (mg/L) and the water has not been restored to its normal clarity, repeat the shock treatment described above. Do not enter water until free available chlorine reading is below 3 ppm (mg/L), combined chlorine is below 0.5 ppm (mg/L) and the water is restored to its normal clarity.
MAINTENANCE TREATMENT: Add this product daily or as needed to maintain the free available chlorine residual in the water at 1-3 ppm (mg/L) as indicated by a reliable test kit. The addition of 2 oz of this product per 10,000 gals. of water (1.5 grams/1,000 L) will provide approximately 1 ppm (mg/L) of available chlorine. Weather and usage effect sanitizer levels. In addition, some oils, lotions, fragrances, cleaners, etc. may cause foaming or cloudy water as well as reduce the efficiency of this product. Maintain the pH at 7.2-7.6 and the alkalinity at a minimum of 125 ppm (mg/L). When the total dissolved solid (TDS) reaches 3000 ppm (mg/L) or whenever the water becomes difficult to manage, the water should be drained and fresh water added to the pool. Chlorine must be allowed to dissipate from treated pool water before discharge. Do not chlorinate the pool within 24 hrs. prior to discharge.
WINTERIZING: Thoroughly clean and vacuum the pool. While the water is still clear and clean, apply 16 ounces of this product for each 10,000 gallons of water (12 grams per 1,000 liters), while the filtration system is running. This will increase the available chlorine by approximately 8 ppm (mg/L). Cover pool, prepare heater, filter and heater components for winter by following manufacturers’ instructions.